Richter Hardware

The Richter16 is a 16-bit continuous data acquisition and streaming system. The acquired data is streamed directly to the system’s hard disk array which enables several hours of continuous data to be stored.

  • The unit can be operated in continuous or triggered acquisition mode.
  • Each Richter unit can simultaneously sample (up to 10 MS/s) on 4 channels and multiple units can be synchronized together (master-slave setup) to provide an expanded system with a larger number of channels.
  • Integrated with Itasca-Image’s data acquisition (and hardware control) software, the PC-based Richter system provides a complete data acquisition solution.

Example Applications

  • Microseismic (MS) and acoustic emission (AE) event monitoring.
  • Vibration monitoring.
  • Research and laboratory based high speed data acquisition.
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